Rainey opryAT&T U-verse’s Country Deep channel is shining the spotlight on Cingle Records’ artist Rainey Qualley with the intimate, in-depth feature “My Opry Debut,” giving fans an up-close and personal look into the new artist’s day as she prepares for her momentous first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry® August 28, 2015.

In this new installment of “My Opry Debut,” Qualley shows she can bring down the house with her edgy, high-octane performance in true “Man-in Black” style. The feature is packed with interviews with Rainey and members of her family and her production team and several performances. The film crew captured her being moved to tears the moment she set foot in the Opry House.

“The Grand Ole Opry® is synonymous with Country music,” said Rainey in the “My Opry Debut” interview. “It’s such a privilege and an honor to play there. All my musical heroes – Stonewall Jackson, Emmylou Harris, Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton have played that stage.”

Fans can check out the full “My Opry Debut” feature and a full performance on the Opry stage here.

The up-and-coming new artist is turning heads all over the industry with her powerhouse pipes and stunning looks and is celebrating the recent release of her new EP, Turn Down The Lights, and “Me and Johnny Cash” single.

Rainey Qualley made her second Grand Ole Opry® appearance on September 29 and performed two full sets with her band on the plaza of the Opry House to help kick off the celebration of the Opry’s 90th anniversary.

Visit Rainey’s Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter @RaineyQualley.

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AT&T U-verse’s Country Deep channel is shining the spotlight on Cingle Records’ artist Rainey Qualley with the intimate, in-depth feature “My Opry Debut,” giving fans an up-close and personal look into the new artist’s day as she prepares for her momentous first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry® August...